How to become a
Marcin Wroblewski is the owner of ExpressRooter Plumber, which is one of the official plumbing contractors Mike Holmes calls on for his television home reno shows. Marcin is a master plumber. He apprenticed with his father Adam Wroblewski.
A plumber is a tradesperson who installs and maintains systems used for water, whether it’s drinking water, sewage or drainage. It’s an ancient term, and is related to the Latin word for lead, plumbum.
Plumbing has become one of the most popular skilled trades in Canada, and with good reason: the days are always different, there’s plenty of work available, and the pay is generally great. It isn’t easy to become a plumber—a lot
Plumbers install, repair, and maintain piping systems in residential, commercial and/or industrial buildings. These systems traditionally included water distribution and wastewater disposal, but because of new technology that combines water and gas pipes, plumbers can work with vent, residential fire,
Plumbers, like most tradespeople, tend to make more than the average Canadian. The job outlook is good—due to the need for ongoing maintenance and trend toward water conservation—and highly skilled workers are always in demand. What plumbers get paid depends